Monthly Archives: January 2024

Oh Yeah, We Handle Those Too: Credit Agreements & Asset-Based Loans

Oh Yeah, We Handle Those Too: Credit Agreements & Asset-Based Loans written by Miranda Caballero Credit Agreements and Asset-Based Loans (“ABLs”) are both financial arrangements companies use to secure funding, but they have critical differences in structure, collateral, and flexibility. When considering financing options for your business, choosing between Credit Agreements and ABLs is a… Read more »

Renewable Energy Is Hot, Hot, Hot: A Look At Solar and Geothermal

Renewable Energy Is Hot, Hot, Hot: A Look At Solar and Geothermal The foundation of our Special Projects practice area is renewable energy, and just as the types and methods of renewable energy production evolve, so does our work in the space. Whether you are developing your first project in geothermal energy or looking to… Read more »

RR&A Can Also Do Licensing Agreements and ISDAs? Why Yes, We Can!

RR&A Can Also Do Licensing Agreements and ISDAs? Why Yes, We Can! written by Rachel Reese & Kaysha Spoon RR&A’s team is well versed in a variety of commercial contracts, from the more common Master Service Agreement to less common agreements like Licensing Agreements and ISDAs. Licensing Agreements When obtaining software, our clients often negotiate… Read more »

Taking Stock of Your Agreed Transaction: Letter Agreement & Stock Purchase Agreement

Taking Stock of Your Agreed Transaction: Letter Agreements & Stock Purchase Agreements written by Andrew Clinton Our firm is frequently asked to draft Letter Agreements, which are shorter versions of Purchase and Sale, Stock Purchase Agreements, or Membership Interest Purchase Agreements, often used for transactions with lower sale prices. While often less formal than a… Read more »

Got a Dispute? RR&A Can Help

Got a Dispute? RR&A Can Help written by Matt Reynolds & Tannon Symm Commercial and business disputes always arise, and if you don’t fight for what is yours and what is right, no one else will.  First, you try to talk it out with emails and phone calls back and forth that just aren’t getting… Read more »